SVG’s Sports Venue Technology Summit Set for Seattle, Oct. 15

SVG’s annual Sports Venue Technology Summit travels to the Pacific Northwest for a behind-the-scenes tour of one of college sports’ most tech-savvy venues.  With one network, one control room, and the largest IPTV deployment in collegiate sports, University of Washington’s Husky Stadium epitomizes today’s connected stadium.

SVTS2014logoREV-01Join us on Wednesday, October 15, for an in-depth look at University of Washington’s massive $280 million renovation of its athletic facilities, followed by informative panel discussions on the latest in control room gear, the mobile fan experience, and the role of 4K in sports venues.  

To register for this event, CLICK HERE.

Panel discussions include:

Seattle: Local Teams Weigh In
Whether fresh off a renovation or relying on legacy equipment, every team must make the best of its production system to engage their hometown fans. Local teams discuss their game-day workflows and how they strive to put on the best show possible.

Fan Experience On Demand: What Role Does Mobile Video Play?
With live-camera angles and replays available at the touch of a button, in-venue apps give fans more options than ever before. But what are fans actually using? And how can venues build their infrastructure to accommodate demand?

Getting Return On Your Mobile Investment
In-venue apps aren’t only for live video; they’re making mobile ticketing, concession ordering, even tweeting easier than ever.  Marketing execs weigh in on their teams’ mobile strategies and how they building apps to keep fans coming back.

Control Room Update: The Systems Integrator Perspective
This summer has seen a renovation boom on both the professional and collegiate levels, with the vast majority driven by video-board and control-room upgrades. Leading systems integrators share their recent projects, the latest in control-room gear, and how they keep in-venue video looking spectacular.

Making the IP Transition
IP-based networks continue to proliferate in venues. From IPTV and digital signage to audio elements and more, IP-based tools and technologies are changing the way content is distributed. Industry execs discuss the next steps in the IP era, the unique challenges of retrofitting existing venues, and more.

4K in Venues: Where’s Its Place?
From video boards to cameras to control rooms, 4K continues to creep into the sports-venue space. Who is using the technology now and who is preparing for the future, and why?  What needs to happen to increase the use of 4K in venues?

Additional details, including speaker information, will be released in the coming days, so stay tuned!  Interested in participating in a panel discussion? Please contact Karen Hogan at karen@sportsvideo.org for more information.

 

 

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